Life Force Wheel: The True Self (November 30, 2014 - January 13, 2015)

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The sixth in a series of multiarts shows exploring the deep Archetypes of human existence

Opening Reception

, November 30, 2014
7:30 - 10 PM

Exhibit runs November 30, 2014
- January 13, 2015
Free admission to exhibit &
Opening & Closing Receptions
Explore the True Self Archetype, the spark of energy and originality that is unique to a person, the soul, as Life Force Arts Foundation presents the art exhibit and multiarts show Life Force Wheel:The True Self, running November 30, 2014 - January 13, 2015 at Life Force Arts Center, 1609 W. Belmont, Chicago IL 60657. Opening Reception is Sunday, November 30, 2014 from 7:30 - 10 PM. Closing Reception is Tuesday, January 13, 2015 from 7 - 9 PM. Open Gallery Hours are Mondays and Thursdays 1:30 - 6:30 PM, and by appointment. Admission is free to the exhibit and Opening and Closing Receptions. Workshops, performances and other events related to the theme of The True Self Archetype will  be held as part of the show. For more information, please contact Joan Forest Mage, Executive Director, (773)

The True Self is the core or essence of the individual person. Some call it the soul. The True Self is the spark of energy that is unique to the person, the individuality and originality of the person. It contains the qualities that allow the person to carry out his or her mission in life: mission meaning what he or she brings to share with the community to create a better world. There is an innocent, childlike quality to the True Self, and yet all wisdom is contained with it. It is the person before she or he was pressured by others to be someone she or he isn't. The True Self often appears as a child or young person. The True Self exhibit takes place in the season that is energetically aligned with this Archetype,the Winter Solstice.

The artwork in this exhibit features a wide variety of media including painting, photography, sculpture, fabric art and installation. Life Force Arts Foundation Executive Director Joan Forest Mage says, "It's fascinating to see the interpretations artists have about this theme. From explorations of the human body and the nature of a person's heart, from whimsical symbols of the artist's childhood to depictions of intense personal awakening to one's core identity, this show expands our understanding of this powerful Archetype."

Life Force Wheel:The True Self is the sixth in a series of shows called Life Force Wheel. This year-long, six show series of art exhibits and multiarts presentations explores the deep Archetypes of human existence. The Life Force Wheel is a spiritual teaching based in ancient, universal wisdom, received through inspiration by modern shamanic practitioner Joan Forest Mage. The Wheel is based in a deep awareness of our unity with all beings, and seeks to foster healthy relationships between the individual, human society, nature and the spirit realm. The six show series began on December 8, 2013 with the Teacher Archetype and concludes January 13, 2015 with the True Self Archetype. All shows will be held at Life Force Arts Center, 1609 W. Belmont, Chicago.

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Featured artists - Life Force Wheel: The True Self

Steven Blaine Adams
Sharon Bechtold
Eva Coss
Mariela de la paz
Kurt Fondriest
Mara Goldfine
Dorothy Graden
Amy Hassan
John Henderson
Colleen Koziara
Thom Lausch
Manassah Lewis
Cosima Lukashevich
Sharyl Noday
Britt Posmer
Diana Rudaitis
Paul Rucker
Raine Shakti
Tao Tao
Kelly Wantuch

Each of the ten Archetypes on the Life Force Wheel is a role which harmonizes the individual and the Web of Life. The Life Force Wheel series of shows includes art exhibits, performances, poetry readings, workshops, lectures and other events to help the audience gain the wisdom of each Archetypal energy.

The mission of Life Force Arts Foundation (LFA) is to celebrate and activate the spiritual power of the visual, literary and performing arts in artists and audiences. We focus on the arts as a common ground of human expression, where artists of diverse spiritual traditions present artistically excellent exhibits, events and publications to awaken human potential, create spiritual transformation and connect audiences to the mystical dimension.











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